2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231

Stanley “Jerry” Wagner January 14, 1945 - April 10, 2021

Stanley “Jerry” Wagner

Mr. Stanley “Jerry” Wagner, age 76, passed away on April 10, 2021.

Jerry was born on January 14, 1945 in Cincinnati, Ohio to Anthony Wagner and Leona Wagner. Stanley married Diane Wagner of Hillsboro, Ohio on July 7, 1995 in Covington KY.

Jerry is survived by his wife Diane Wagner, Children; Kevin (Lisa) Wagner, Keah Wagner, and Harley King. Grandchildren; Jordin Wagner, Kolton Wager, Kyle Clark, and Krystalin Wagner.  Also survived by his brother Bob Ross.

He was preceded in death by his parents Anthony Wagner and Leona Wagner and brother T.J Wagner.

Jerry worked as a carpenter building homes all throughout the greater Cincinnati area for many years. When he was not building homes, he enjoyed fishing, riding motorcycles, boating, and racing. Jerry also enjoyed eating sweets and spending time with his animals. Jerry was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. Jerry is cherished and will be missed by many.

Public visitation will be held on Monday April 19, 2021 from 11:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. at Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home (2155 Compton Rd. 45231.) Facial coverings required.  Follow the blue line.

Services for Mr. Stanley Wagner will be held on Monday, April 19, 2021 at 12 P.M. Burial will follow at Arlington Memorial Gardens.

Public visitation will be held on Monday April 19, 2021 from 11:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. at Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home (2155 Compton Rd. 45231.) Facial coverings required.  Follow the blue line.

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    Rebecca Griffith says

    Prayers for peace and strength to my friend Diane in the loss of Jerry. Your compassion that is always evident in your nursing career, also evident as you cared for Jerry. God bless you, Harley and the rest of the family. Love Becky

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    MARY JO NEVILLE says

    My sincere sympathy to Jerry’s loved ones & friends. I met Jerry about 61-62 years ago. I have many fond, favorable, funny memories of him. He was so talented , he could build ,fix or put together anything. He was always willing to help a friend. He helped me plenty of times during our early days. Jerry loved life. He worked 24/7. He also had a great, dry sense of humor. As we grew older, life took us in separate directions: however, I always considered Jerry my friend. I knew, deep inside, if I called he’d lend a helping hand. His character was a precious reflection of his kind parents. Prayers & sympathy to all who loved him & will miss him. He’s suffering no more, he’s at peace. Most sincerely, with love & sympathy, Mary Jo Neville

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